“StarCraft Remastered” will offer a significantly improved graphics when compared directly to the original “StarCraft”. To illustrate this, Blizzard Entertainment has published a couple of images comparing the new and old graphics. “StarCraft Remastered” will be released this summer for the PC.
Blizzard Entertainment is preparing to release “StarCraft Remastered” for the PC. Show is the improved version in the summer of this year. Features include a resolution of up to 4K, and cutscenes that capture 1080p images to the screen. The sound of the classic hand is also created. In addition, an online multiplayer is on board. The developers assure that the new features and improved graphics will not affect the actual gameplay.
Blizzard Entertainment shows some of the images that compare the old version with the remaster. You can see the picture material in the following gallery. “It should feel as if you put on glasses,” said Rob Bridendecker, head of the Classic Games team. “It is the same game, but everything is suddenly much sharper and clearer.” Official site of “Starcraft”.
Just a few hours ago, Blizzard Entertainment has released Update 1.18 for the original “StarCraft”. This is the first update after eight years. A part of the download is not only improvements and new content, but the main game as well as the extension “Brood War” with the update is made free of charge.
StarCraft is now FREE w/ Patch 1.18!
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